Blue Cross serves community with a personal touch

VALUED AND IMPACTFUL: Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island volunteers on-site of the Operation Stand Down project in Johnston. They are sorting through the boots that were part of an in-store promotion by Job Lot, buy boots for a vet and get a gift card. From left, Sindy Guderle, nurse case manager; Gabe Goodine, director business operations; Andrea Camara, medical policy analyst; Sam Burling, senior financial analyst. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
VALUED AND IMPACTFUL: Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island volunteers on-site of the Operation Stand Down project in Johnston. They are sorting through the boots that were part of an in-store promotion by Job Lot, buy boots for a vet and get a gift card. From left, Sindy Guderle, nurse case manager; Gabe Goodine, director business operations; Andrea Camara, medical policy analyst; Sam Burling, senior financial analyst. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Community Involvement | Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island Holiday parties at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island look very different than most company gatherings. In lieu of DJs, fancy dinners and speeches, the nonprofit’s executives and senior-level leaders roll up their sleeves, and help make and serve dinner at Crossroads…

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